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Systemising Imphal Addresses

Systemising Imphal Addresses

🕔21:33, 25.Nov 2014

Imphal city is rapidly growing. Even before our very eyes, signs of this growth are starkly visible. To those who have been away from the state for longer than a year at a time, quite understandably, these changes appear to

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Enforce Work Culture

Enforce Work Culture

🕔22:33, 24.Nov 2014

The Manipur government is estimated to have a work force of about 80,000 employees. If the government was run as an efficient private enterprise, with strict adherence to costs balancing benefits, it is also estimated that the work load on

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Price of Development

Price of Development

🕔23:13, 23.Nov 2014

Can development be without price? Much as anybody may wish it, this cannot be so. Hence, the more realistic and pertinent question should be, what kind of price is worth paying for any development project. The basic principle in any

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War as option to peace, and democracy as cause for war

War as option to peace, and democracy as cause for war

🕔23:33, 22.Nov 2014

By Pradip Phanjoubam In writing of the turmoil in the Northeast, not the least Manipur, much has been said of how peace must predicate development and prosperity. In the same breath equally much has been said of war: How it

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Art and Science of Journalism

Art and Science of Journalism

🕔02:23, 17.Nov 2014

Not as opposed to a free media, but in addition to being a free media, what is also extremely important is giving substance to the idea of an honest media. Of course this is skating on thin ice as placing

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Building bridges over troubled waters

Building bridges over troubled waters

🕔02:43, 15.Nov 2014

Sometimes, It’s quite amusing to observe the functioning of the Manipur government. In a hurry, one may trip and fall; similarly the about to begin Sangai Festival may share the same fate. One wonders how the planning department and the

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Ethics and War

Ethics and War

🕔03:16, 14.Nov 2014

One of the biggest lessons from the bitterness caused by the use of IEDs (Improvised Explosive Devices) in recent times is that not everything is fair in war or love. We hope this lesson has registered amongst those who have

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Road to Sangai Festival

Road to Sangai Festival

🕔03:17, 13.Nov 2014

Once again, the state government has rolled up its sleeves for the upcoming Sangai Festival. The festival is set to kick-off in a few days. The government has been deploying the best of its machineries to tidy up the approach

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Rights Not Territory

Rights Not Territory

🕔07:57, 12.Nov 2014

Understandably, many post-colonial nations are uneasy, if not apprehensive of the idea of federalism. Nonetheless, it is also a fact that given the diversity of their demographies and geographies, they were left with little choice than to embrace the federal

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Climate and Us

Climate and Us

🕔03:52, 11.Nov 2014

Winter is now slowly but sure descending in our region. While it would make no great difference to the rich, it would be much more a matter of dread for the poor. This is even though we are supposed to

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